Meaning of káka

káka

Hiligaynon

To collect, gather, scrape or rake together with the hand, as things lying on a table, earth from a hole, etc. Kakáha ang dútà. Scrape the earth together. Kakáhi ang tabungós sing humáy. Take some rice from the tabungos-basket (with your hands). Ikáka akó ánay siníng maís. Gather, please, these maize-seeds (maize-cobs) with your hand. Diín akó makakáka sing pílak? Where can I scrape together some money? (see típon, tingúb).



kâkâ

Hiligaynon

Full, stuffed, crammed, brimful, chockfull, chokefull, bulging; to be or become full, etc. Abáw, balíkda ináng bátà nga nagakâkâ ang íya bólsa sang kamúnsil. My! look back at that boy whose pockets are stuffed with camunsel-fruit. Kâkâ ang íya púyo. His purse is full. (see bát-al, punô, báknal).